Work experience/volunteering

Volunteering – Greenslate Community Farm

Where: Greenslate Community Farm. Orrell, Wigan. Duration: One day. Roles: I volunteered at Greenslate Community Farm for the duration of one day. This was nearing a scheduled open day, so my tasks were mainly cleaning and maintenance focused. I collected the Hen's freshly laid eggs, cleaned out the duck enclosure and scrubbed the outdoor rabbit… Continue reading Volunteering – Greenslate Community Farm

Animals, Work experience/volunteering

Volunteering – Little Owl Farm

Where: Little Owl Farm, Oldham. Lancashire. https://m.facebook.com/LittleOwlFarm/#_%23_ When? February 2017 - Present. I began volunteering at Little Owl Farm in February, 2017. After an email and 3 bus rides lead me to finding myself at the farm for the first time. Roles: My roles at the farm include basic animal care and husbandry (Cleaning out,… Continue reading Volunteering – Little Owl Farm

University

Second year – Growing, learning and finding acceptance

I've done it. This morning I sat my final Exam (Conservation Practice) meaning that I've successfully completed my second university year, and what an incredible year it's been! I believe that whilst first year was both an enjoyment and a success, my admiration for university life has increased significantly this year as I've become more… Continue reading Second year – Growing, learning and finding acceptance

The Florida Files

Florida: Day nine and ten 🇱🇷

Our final day in Florida had rapidly approached, after what had been an incredible, memorable and fun packed venture with the most wonderful group of people who I expect to be friends for life. The experience left me feeling both blessed and hopeful, whilst remaining optimistic for future experiences abroad. I can't wait to be… Continue reading Florida: Day nine and ten 🇱🇷

University

Revision tips – Second year Undergraduate Student

Exam season is quickly approaching, as we've reached the end of our Easter break. I hope everybody has had a productive break whilst remembering the importance of relaxing. I wanted to share some revision tips, as a second-year Undergraduate Student. Revision tips in which I am constantly modifying and evolving in a bid to become… Continue reading Revision tips – Second year Undergraduate Student

The Florida Files

Florida: Day eight 🇺🇸

The sun was gleaming down on what was set to be the hottest day we had encountered throughout the duration of the Florida trip. I was still suffering the (often confusing) effects of jet lag gained from both a combination of travelling and a significant different in time zones between The US and The UK.… Continue reading Florida: Day eight 🇺🇸

The Florida Files

Florida – Day seven: Part two 🇺🇸

After the talk we received from Jerry, we were quickly divided into two groups after stepping outside to enable us to carry out two different activities throughout the refuge. This allowed us to smoothly alternate between the activities we were occupying at the time. I noticed various resources during my visit at the reserve, even… Continue reading Florida – Day seven: Part two 🇺🇸

The Florida Files

Florida – Day seven: Part one 🇺🇸

We arrived at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, a non profitable organisation located in South-West Florida, at 8:15am. After an hours drive was required to reach our destination. The Wildlife Refuge is located on Sanibel Island, in the Gulf of Mexico, Southwestern Florida and is compromised of 6400 acres. We are a nonprofit that financially… Continue reading Florida – Day seven: Part one 🇺🇸

The Florida Files, University

Florida – Day Six 🇺🇸

Florida Golf Coast University partners with my University in The UK. (Bangor University). Today, we visited and had a tour of their mesmerising campus, which seemed to be a completely different world to the small Welsh town we were all accustomed to. Arriving at approximately 9am, we were all soon astounded when we viewed the… Continue reading Florida – Day Six 🇺🇸

Behaviour Ecology, University

Conservation practice meets Behavioural Ecology – Chimp practical, measuring behaviour and compiling ethograms!

As a component of my Conservation Practice module, we began (much to my fulfilment) learning about the importance of, and the roles, of animal behaviour in conservation. It's been a joy to combine my two passions! Therefore, in order to carry out our own study and to gain a further insight into the area, we… Continue reading Conservation practice meets Behavioural Ecology – Chimp practical, measuring behaviour and compiling ethograms!